The Road to Frontenac (1904)
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The Road to Frontenac (1904)

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Samuel Merwin (1874-1936), who also wrote as Merwin-Webster, was an American writer of historical fiction. He went to Northwestern University but he didn't graduate. He began his literary career by publishing two popular novels in collaboration with his boyhood friend Henry Kitchell Webster; The Short Line War (1899) and Calumet "K" (1901). Following the separation of this...more
Hardcover, 420 pages
Published April 1st 2009 by Kessinger Publishing
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Associate editor of Orison Swett Marden's Success Magazine 1905-09 and editor 1909-11.
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